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Accused PII seller faces jail for running underground fraud op

January 23, 2024

A Baltimore man faces a potential maximum 20-year prison sentence after being charged for his alleged role in running an online service that sold personal data which was later used for financial fraud.

Chouby Charleron is alleged to be behind the online alias of “The Real Jwet King,” and a complaint filed in a New Jersey district court and unsealed yesterday claims he ran a TLO service via an online chat group where criminals exchanged the personally identifiable information (PII) of victims for small digital payments.

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